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June 23, 2016 6:11 PM

Beaufort, SC, teen has artwork displayed in U.S. Capitol

Rising 12th-grader Isabelle Lieblein won this year’s Congressional Art Competition for South Carolina’s 1st District

She visits the Capitol to meet with Rep. Mark Sanford and see the unveiling of her work

Her drawing was selected over 30 other entries from the district

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